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Using Undergraduate Molecular Biology Labs to Discover Targets of miRNAs in Humans

By Adam Idica1, Jordan Thompson1, Irene Munk Pedersen1, Pavan Kadandale1

University of California, Irvine

In this lesson, we describe an easily adaptable lab module that can be used in existing undergraduate molecular biology lab courses to conduct authentic scientific research, published in CourseSource

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Version 1.0 - published on 04 Jan 2019 doi:10.25334/Q4XM9B - cite this

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Students use a variety of databases to identify likely candidate genes whose expression may be altered by a given miR, and then experimentally test their predictions in human cells. This inquiry-based module gives students a taste of real scientific research and excites them about the possibility that, even as a student, they have the potential to contribute to this cutting edge research.

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Idica, A., Thompson, J., Munk Pedersen, I., and Kadandale, P. 2015. Using Undergraduate Molecular Biology Labs to Discover Targets of miRNAs in Humans. CourseSource. https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2015.10

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